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Congresswoman: Freedom of Religion Means Imposing Your Views on Everyone Else

Congresswoman: Freedom of Religion Means Imposing Your Views on Everyone Else
Last year, Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler's (R-MO) joined 65 of her colleagues in signing a letter calling attention to the "alarming pattern" of attachks on faith in the Air Force. The letter, according to Rep Todd Akin's (yes, the rape guy) website, calls on Secretary Panetta to issue clear Department of Defense policy guidance, consistent with our Constitution, to preserve the place of religious expression in the military at large...
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Ann Romney Blames Voters for Government Shutdown

Ann Romney Blames Voters for Government Shutdown
Alright there, all you Obama voters and those slackers who stayed home on election day instead of supporting the 2012 version of Thurston Howell, III for president, Ann Romney wonders how you can possibly look at yourselves in the mirror now. Because the government shutdown is all your fault.
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Low-Wage Workers Could Face Fines If Insurance Guaranteed by the Affordable Care Act Isn't 'Affordable' Enough

Low-Wage Workers Could Face Fines If Insurance Guaranteed by the Affordable Care Act Isn't 'Affordable' Enough
It's called the Affordable Care Act, but President Barack Obama's health care law may turn out to be unaffordable for many low-wage workers, including employees at big chain restaurants, retail stores and hotels.
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Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar
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'Walmart Loophole' Allows Big Employers to Undermine Affordable Care Act

'Walmart Loophole' Allows Big Employers to Undermine Affordable Care Act
Walmart workers use 40% more public health care assistance than the retail average. The company's use of public assistance costs California $86 million per year, including $32 million for health care. The 19% of Wal-mart workers who are uninsured cost the state $10 million and the country $202 million.
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Medicaid Expansion Could Save 500 Lives Annually in AL

Medicaid Expansion Could Save 500 Lives Annually in AL
Do no harm, Dr. Bentley? Medicaid expansion doesn't just save lives: it could add thousands of jobs in Alabama. Why don't you care?
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OK Elects Not to Expand Medicaid Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act

Oklahoma's bordering neighbors Arkansas and Missouri are planning to expand their Medicaid programs under new guidelines in the Affordable Care Act, making sure thousands more of their residents have health insurance.
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Medicaid Expansion Would Save Lives in Missouri

Until now, the Medicaid debate has been about budgets and states' rights. But a statistical study by Harvard researchers in the New England Journal of Medicine found a 6 percent drop in the adult death rate in Arizona, Maine and New York, three states that have recently expanded coverage for low-income residents along the general lines of the federal health care law.
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